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frank zapper
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if Biden and his marry band of nit/ wits raises Corp tax they will just go over sea's. they tryed to get a corporate minimum world tax. That went over like a led balloon lol. so THAT imo is off the table. remember capital goes to were its treated best.
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It's not off thr table 130 nation's just agreed to it...
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or beeden will simply print more trillions $$$ and all companies 'capital' will be destroyed with hyperinflation!!
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or beeden will simply print more trillions $$$ and all companies 'capital' will be destroyed with hyperinflation!!
joe morgan
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in the world we are entering into that will not be an option.
David Sutton
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Possibly. The better idea is to raise capital gains taxes and introduce an inheritance tax that kicks in at much lower levels. No economy ever faltered for having a tax system that reduced distortions or that taxed the genetic lottery.
Kevin Tortoise
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With the housing market showing signs of slowing does anyone know why Homedepot broke out so aggressively? https://www.tradingview.com/x/gGLQi6PQ/
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As you are well aware construction, even with a massive shortage of materg unsolicited offers. The only thing I can think of with HD skyrocketing is antcipation of the log jams easing and them being able to meet pent up demand at record prices. Constructio is still booming ven with elevated prices, and shortages. The real estate market is on fire, but I've been through many boom and bust cycles over the last 32 years, and most veterns, just lik the stock market thought this would have crashed long ago.
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The construction sector is booming, and its anticipation of logjams easing, and them being able to meet demand at record prices.
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pent up demand.
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VIX hasn't been this low in over 18 months. I'm not sure whether the head fake started last Friday or whether we will see it this week but the drop is coming. Not enough downside on the VIX for a sustained ATH.
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of course u know the vix reflects options. so when its low the big boys aint worried, as their not hedging. that usually means a semi flat market. they may try to sell some hoping to collect premium. but all in all a tight range is the bet.
David Sutton
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The second sign is thinking it bears no relationship.
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David Sutton What are the 4 reasons why the VIX would rise?
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There are four? I think there are really two but given that the average position is long the market, over time, fear is one. The other is volatility. A low/declining VIX implies a movement towards more OTM calls, and fewer OTM puts. This relationship reverses as the VIX rises. However, disembodied, this is not terribly meaningful. When taken in the context of elevated market levels a low VIX reflects complacency while a rising Vix reflects threats to complacency. Presently, we have a very complacent market.
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The VIX algorithm and forumulas haven’t changed since 2013. No, it doesn’t measure “fear” as an emotion. Options chains indicate that there is plenty of hedging. And yes, there are 4 reasons why. I’ve explained them last year and don’t care to explain them again. And yes, I use the VIX as a lie detector among retail, mainly to see if they know what they are talking about. The result: most opine before studying.
CIA Asset
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Stocks should reflect the booming underlying economy at around 6,700
David Sutton
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Troll
Kevin Tortoise
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I'll ask again. What are some good independent blogs or websites for financial market news and opinion?
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Arthur Sommer
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Try Yardini research
Pluripotent Pixel
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zerohedge
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The Onion
Kevin Tortoise
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Thanks for the suggestions guys. I'm looking through TPStalk rn.
Maxim Investments
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Look up Steve Miller on youtube.
frank zapper
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on the preper subject. if your stu/pid rich and what u spend on it is nothing compared to your net worth. have at. the Walmart family has i bunker the size of a town. when cnbc asked them to look at it they said ok but iv never been inside it my self said a memberof the family. they were both suprised at the massive size of it. but for the regular guy imo its a total waste of time. if the A bo/ mb drops i hope it hits me right in the head lol. as for other disasters ill cross that bridge if i get there. nothing wrong with having a few weapons and some ammo just in case. just dont over do it.
frank zapper
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one more thing anyone that has ever been in a home invasion knows. u let off a few rounds they clear out fast. in a actually fire fight it dont take too many rounds to get the point across lol.
Frank Musso
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Frank, A nice gernade would scatter them faster than a few rounds of ammo. !!! LOL!!!
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Frank Musso hook mr up lol.
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Check out how this paragraph ends. From today's Bloomberg story on the Trump SPAC: ''Now comes the arrival of the social-media outlet that Trump, the leader in polls for the GOP presidential nomination in 2024, has been teasing at for some time. There are many reasons to be skeptical of the valuation. It will be months before the new venture publicly releases its first product, a social-media platform called Truth Social. And there are already technical issues. On Thursday, the Truth Social page was hacked to make it appear that Trump shared a photo of a defecating pig.''
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TMTG was founded with a mission to give a voice to all. Unless they disagree with me...
Kevin Tortoise
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If I shorted individual stocks this company would be at the top of my target list. Everything Trump touches has eventually gone down the tubes.
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yup
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"...was hacked to show Trump sharing a photo of a defecating pig." You sure it was hacked?
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Perfect Pansy is prepping for doomsday. He withdrawing all his cash to put in his bug out bag so he has something to burn after the apocalypse
Frank Musso
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BOOMSTER in cash as of EOD last Friday.. Taking some vacation. Tired of trading. Need to relax and spend some money before it gets to moldie.
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What? what about long term portfolio?
Charles Logg
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The Great Reset will tak place by inflation, then deflation. Anyonre not in crypto or stocks is getting destroyed. Once the cautous are paupers, then they will take down risk assets. Everyone will be busted down to zero.
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Every single week there is a new More On saying the exact same thing
frank zapper
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the main issue seems to be. the taper. it actually doesn't concern me as i play both sides of the street and respect my stops. but for u guys imo we may see a little dip or not. And i believe the fed has a plan and they aint gunner tell us lol. so we can only use logic. just because the spoiled wall st man baby's sold off in the last taper dont mean it will happen again. and it actually went up after that or we would've be up here lol. good luck trade smart. and keep emotions out of the equation.
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It could actually go up in the face of tapering. There is the strong seasonality, a buyback window in Nov, and the legilation looks like no increase in corp taxes. Maybe logjams so some sign of dissapating. Its no wonder the FED waited long past the time to act on inflation. This is the perfect time to taper.
Kevin Tortoise
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The last monetary tightening began in 2018. The Fed both raised rates and tried to reduce it's balance sheet. They aborted the plan when the market tanked later that year. Here we're looking at just a slowing in asset purchases by the Fed. I really don't see this process as having any real impact on the market. The last taper began in late 2013. That whole year the news was ride with taper talk as the Fed prepped markets for the inevitable. There was volatility in bonds. But stocks maintained a largely undisturbed upward trend throughout that year and into 2014. Then stocks stagnated during 2014-2016. We had institutional gridlock combined with expiring tax cuts and austerity talk during that period that hampered growth. I think there's other factors that will have a larger impact on the stock market than the Fed's snail pace tapering.
Charles Logg
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Its really very tame. Pretty clear Powell does not want risk assets to go down-at least not yet.
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they have not acted on inflation???
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I think you are confused. The 150 billion a month in asset purchases is not a normal thing they do all the time.
Kevin Tortoise
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Did anyone see the news Friday confirming that the NIH funded gain of function research in the Wuhan VI? My guess is that the Biden administration will decide to cut ties with Fauci and force him to step down as he becomes an increasing liability.
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Frank Musso
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JJ, Only the BOOMSTER has the Magic Chart!!! hehehehe!!! But seiously Late Friday afternoon I got very solid sell signals on my 30 Min. and 1 hour charts. I don't say a Crash but when the ole Boomsters charts say Red there is atleast some type of downmove ahead ..... BOOMSTER
Frank Musso
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Gut feelings don't work. you have to have something that shows atleast changes in trend.. BOOMSTER
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I'm not dismissive of charts I just don't think you are using them the right way. They are a tool not magic
Kevin Tortoise
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Jason, I just enjoy looking for and discovering patterns in charts. It's like a hobby.
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Kevin Tortoise ok I will let it slide
Jeffrey Elliott
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15m possibly lower Sunday under its 200 ma. Lower highs so far
Kevin Tortoise
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So I want to share with the board a chart I just ran on one of my many Oil and Gas sector basket indexes. I’m using a weekly candle chart but the RSI was set to daily with the OHLC4 setting out of curiosty. This is what I found. Over the past several months a distinct RSI reverse triangle pattern has formed which points to a probable near-term peak for this overextended sector. The price pattern for 2021 is eerily similar to 2016 where a previous RSI triangle formed. Take note of the volatile uptrends that each exhibit megaphone-like pattern. They both ended with one last parabolic exhale. Since the week of Oct 4th this basket of energy stocks has been moving sideways. The RSI has begun to nose down which is also notable. Lhttps://www.tradingview.com/x/lMntXRGD/
frank zapper
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Kevin u are pretty dark in your outlook on things. maybe we should all just ki/ ll ourselves lol. but u go frist
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Kevin Tortoise
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To believe in Musk is to believe in Cathie Woods. Ms Woods is a charlaten like the infamous Henry Blodget from the 1990s. Every conman has his cheerleaders.
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I used to be like you. Short term goals, i wasn't critical thinking about whether or not our current game plan is actually the BEST plan. I was just accepting that the people before me thought about it a long time and just went along. Now i realize that the people before us were doing what they did because they lacked the knowledge, the money or technology to do better. That's why many systems we use today are still broken and have to be replaced by better ones. You're 100% wrong about Elon and Cathie. It's not even a 99% ... If you're not going to switch today, together with all the other ''firstmovers'', then one day you'll stumble into a new kind of world. Change is going to happen, whether you like it or not.
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I to think musk is a massive C U C. K but he is a legit entrepreneur and one of the richest people in the entire world. You don't get there by being a More. On.
Arthur Sommer
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The world is falling apart, society is crumbling, and the end is near, it started 4 thousand years ago and likely last another 4 thousand years at least. It doesn't matter how far we come what advancements we make there will also be a portion of society calling for the end.
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Yup 100% Arthur the smartest man on this board. I met a guy who told me he was a prepper because his father and grandfather were preppers. 3 generations wasting thier lives prepping for something that is not going to happen.
Jeffrey Elliott
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Omg Keon..writing a book?
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We are responsible for watching our own backs..for if and when *****cometh..They don’t tell you when sellers unload in advance.
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Kevin what u say is interesting. but there is also upside to these people u fail to mention. and remember musk had nothing he built it all from pay pal. which just proves if your not a mo/ ron u have a shot at it too.
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I find admiration for Musk off-putting. He’s the biggest conman of our age. But as far as his apparent business success is concerned all of it can be contributed to government largess and corruption. I give you a couple of examples. Firstly, his TSLA company is completely dependent on the following things. Government subsidies for the Tesla vehicles and home battery banks in the form of State (e.g. California) and Federal tax credits. Regulations, either enacted or pending, that have the effect of coercing consumers into purchasing their products. Examples being artificially high gasoline prices due to punative gas taxes, regulations requiring the use of expensive ethanol, and government imposed restraints on oil extraction in the USA. If we turn our attention to SpaceX we find that the company’s revenue stream is heavily dependent on government contracts. I cannot state this is as fact but it’s my suspicion that Starlink is actually a secret gov’t satellite spy program masquerading as an internet service. I think those thousands of tiny Starlink satellites have other purposes. So billions of tax payer money is being funneled through Musk’s companies. He’s only a success if you define being a cat’s paw for the Deep State as something desirable. I think these Tech companies are acting as extensions of the government and facilitating unconstitutional encroachments on civil liberties. We see this first hand with social media censorship.
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Kevin Tortoise  a bank run by the People ends this all in its tracks.
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omg u are relentless and so boring. Go buy some more freeze dried meatloaf for the apocalypse
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Kevin, let me clear 1 thing up, ethanol isnt an expensive requirement its a replacement for lead it prevents pre-ignition and rough running. The patent for the addition of lead was held by GM and they did everything they could to keep ethanol out of gas.
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I think this stock and many others would still be treading water had the Fed not socialized losses and propped stock prices up with endless amounts of QE. I wonder if any economists or researchers have done a study on how much central bank QE intervention and MMT over the past 12 years has contributed to equity returns. If this scheme, that includes such flagrant violations of abuse such as the BoJ buying equity ETFs and spiraling sovereign Debt-to-GDP ratios, ever fails for whatever reason you have to wonder how far global stock prices would fall. Back to the lows of 2008-2009? Lower? Would it usher in a counter-revolution against capital markets and topple governments? A lot of people don’t like Gates, Bezos or Musk or any of these billionaires. Look what happened to Bloomberg’s campaign for President. Trump only succeeded by casting himself as a vampire that whacks other vampires. Sorta like that old movie with Wesly Snipes. The collapse of the global financial system would have the masses chomping at the bit to tear them to shreds. Similar things happened to the wealthy business elite in Russia when Putin locked up the oligarchs, Saudi Arabia when the new Prince took over and arrested all of the country’s billionaires and confiscated their wealth, and recently in China where tech bigshots got strong armed. Our business elite also need to be humbled and defanged.
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Ponzi I can never understand what point it is your trying to make. you speak in a different language.
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Kevin Tortoise  so did Einstein. it is just math.
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There's a symbiotic relationship between these mega size corporations and the federal government. Take cloud computing and cloud storage for example. The NSA and other government agencies contract out cloud services to the likes of AMZN and MSFT. There's absolutely no justifiable reason for this arrangement. The government could easily create its own cloud infrastructure. But they don't for two probable reasons. First, corruption. These large companies effectively bribe politicians with elicit dark money contributions and lobbying. Congressmen and Senators get wined and dined. They get invited to galas and they get insider information Fed to them from the company's executives and lobbyists. Their spouses and children get cush jobs at these firms or other companies linked to them. Second reason, is plausible denial. To side step constitutional protections and the Bill of Rights the government runs their surveillance apparatus through private companies that are not restrained by this.
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Kevin Tortoise  you are using the premise that what they are using is money. it is not currency, it is credit.
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Kevin Tortoise  the difference between currency and credit will become apparent to you in due time.
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Elvis Kids - gamblers - will not stop gambling until they are broke - real truth
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Indeed......nothing new really.....just the same story over and over again going on for Centuries....LOL.
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Anyone here use TV? Yesterday, the software stopped allowing me to paste images. Everytime I do a CTRL+V with an image the image will show on the chart for one second and then quickly vanish.
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A few cheapie miners trying to set up similar to eld.to..just over their daily 50ma scan.GOLD SVM NEWP..and a few others.
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Similar to what?
Jeffrey Elliott
Corncob 16 hours ago
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jason xx  Similar to Eldorado Gold Corp.(ELD.TO)jump over it’s daily 50ma(moving average)
Jeffrey Elliott
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You wereasking
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You were asking about miners..I’m assuming technicals are a foreign lingo to you?
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FINVIZ.com is a good starting point for technical scans and education.
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if you are happy with your current financial situation in life ask yourself: will the fed make good on its IOUs? will the government make good on its IOUs? will the corporations make good on its IOUs? will the commercial banks make good on its IOUs? will crypto make good on its IOUs? I, for one know, with 100% certainty, at least 1 of these entities will not make good on its IOUs in the not so distant future. So pick your horse while the masses decide whether to riot or bank run.
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glass steagall used to prevent the need for an actual bank run. that is gone now, just like in the roaring 1920s
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anyone who disagrees with any of this if either lying to themselves or lying to protect the ruling class. if it is the latter, the fate i have stated is already sealed, and the longer you wait, the worse it will be.
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I think I figured it out. Are you a doomsday prepper?
Perfect Ponzi
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jason xx  no, it will be fine in the end. pick your horses.
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jason xx  retail bears have all the power in the world to force them to make the decision. they just need to bank run the small amounts of cash they have rather than short any of this.
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Martin King 16 hours ago
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https://www.fastcompany.com/90687984/the-dark-truth-behind-what-makes-a-good-neighborhood?utm_source=pocket-newtab
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BuyLow SellHigh 16 hours ago
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With 4 cash gaps over the last 1.5 weeks, the market is unlikely to breakout from here... the measured move target is SPX 4800 (4545-4278 + 4545)... the market is going to consolidate for few days in this 4500-4600 range for a few days or couple of weeks... new ATH next week are almost a given though... don't be in a hurry to short... we should have a retest of 4450 support sometime in the next couple of weeks... October usually closes with a flourish... but next week is supposed to be a turning point... so we may see the highs and a small reversal... and then chop into November...
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In all honesty, i thought 4436 will hold for a few days about a week back... went short in that 4425-4440 area previous Friday... was gifted with an out on Monday morning... closed short with small loss... went short again on Tuesday's gap up open at 4513... closed that short also on Wed morning dip at a loss... went long then for a scalp... again went long on Thu morning dip... market had a pattern by then of early morning dip and low.... went long again for a scalp on Friday's drop below 4530... made most of losses back... went flat on Friday EOD... looking to short above 4580 next week on Tue/Wed... will be looking to go long in 4500-4520 only early in the week...
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Point of long post above is... do not sit on losses... u may have a short bias, but if market is ramping like it has been and closing on highs... u have to get out and watch from sidelines or try some scalps with smaller positions...
 
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